In the dramatic monologue It’s Mine, Don threatens his competition.
Don: Bring it. I will out work you, out play you, out hustle you and out think you. When you put in ten hours, I put in twenty. I work until I can’t see straight, every single day because I want it more than you do. I see it more than you do. I taste it, breathe it, smell it..I am it. Until I die. While you’re out there being the bum that you are…I’m grinding hard, real hard, sweating and screaming and stressing and pushing…past the limit, past the breaking point. You play it, I live it. That’s why it’s mine.